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In Tribute to Barbara G. Edwards
58 years old.   Residence: Las Vegas, Nevada
Passenger of Flight 77

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Both my Spouse and myself, Cathy Navin have placed a Personal Tribute to Barbara Edwards. We include information about the Pentgon Memorial. It can be seeing at Youtube: My Angel Cafe. New Project 3, along with a 2nd Video of the Passengers who left the world with this Great Lady

*** Posted by Cathy Navin on 2012-07-29 ***

Barb and I grew up together in Grand Rapids, MI. I met her in the 9th grade and we became great friends. Had many sleep overs and hours of laughter. What a wonderful gal. Her being from Germany and my family coming from Italy we had some wonderful diologs. She taught me nice words in German and I taught her some nice words in Italian. (ha-ha) God blessings on you and your family Barb, I will never forget you. Love, Joann

*** Posted by Joann (Vitale) Kathan on 2011-09-13 ***

Ms. Edwards, it has been ten years but I have not forgotten you. It was my privilege to be your IT guy at CCSN.

*** Posted by Sam G. on 2011-09-11 ***

Miss you mom.
Your grandkids miss you too.
I hope your eating sweets and late for your next appointment wherever you are :-)

*** Posted by Mike on 2011-09-10 ***

Dear Edwards Family,
Soon after 9/11 names and pictures of the victims were in our Seattle newspapers. As a mom of boys myself, Barbara's picture with her young men stood out to me. I keep that photo in my Bible and as I run across it or on notable days like today, I pray for you "boys" and your family... I've nicknamed you Manny, Moe and Jack :-) Praying today for the Lord to continue to heal and comfort you, for His strength to be your joy. So sorry for your great loss, Lorrie Osmonson

*** Posted by Lorrie Osmonson on 2010-09-11 ***

Barbara and I worked together through the Clark County Foreign Language Teachers Association on a variety of activities. I will always smile at the memory of Barbara's laughter and the joy that she brought to all in her presence. My heart and thoughts are as always with Barbara and her many friends and family. Barbara would be so proud of the scholarship in her name and the many students who it has helped attend college. Barbara will never ever be forgotten and will always be missed.

*** Posted by Carmen on 2010-09-10 ***

Madame Edwards,

You were one of my favorite teachers and I still shed a tear every year for you. You had one of the best smiles and personalities I was blessed to encounter. I know you are soaring with the eagles and chatting it up with God. You showed love and kindness and I wish that love and kindness was still here to cover the pain that this country is still feeling.

love always,


*** Posted by Lisa Anderson on 2010-09-10 ***

You will never be forgotten. None of you will ever be forgotten. May God give peace to all of those you left behind.

*** Posted by Jodi Greene on 2010-09-06 ***

Every time you doubt why we must defend against radical terrorists, just think of the sons like hers who miss their mom - a woman who should still be with her family.

Please don't forget her or the loved ones she left behind.

*** Posted by Julie Sullivan on 2010-07-31 ***

For some reason I was just thinking about Barbara today. A part of our Landmark Education community from the old days, she and I were passing friends in Bloomington. I loved her love of life and her laughter! Every person matters.

“Our life does not fully flower until it is over”
—Phyllis Theroux

*** Posted by Judi Romaine (Bloomington, IN) on 2010-07-07 ***

While I did not know Barbara personally, I have decided to run in her honor for my first 5K in the World Trade Center Run to Remember 2009 on Governors Island. I will be wearing her name proudly on my bib that day. Best wishes to your family, and you are in our prayers.

Barbara Humphery

*** Posted by Barbara Humphery on 2009-08-28 ***

Even though I did not know her personally, I do send my heart out to all of the friends and family. I know some people that were really close to her, and I really feel for them. You are in my prayers. R.I.P., Barbara Edwards.

*** Posted by annonymous on 2008-12-25 ***

I was a student at Palo Verde when the tragic events took place and took Mrs. Edwards from us. I have since graduated and joined the navy to help defend this nation. We miss you.

*** Posted by michael leal USN on 2008-09-15 ***

Dear Mrs. Edwards,

I am the Sailor who unveiled your bench yesterday at the the Pentagon Memorial. Your name stuck with me, so I decided to find out who you where. Upon finding you and reading the the things others have written, I am very honored to have unveiled your memorial bench. I would just like to send my heart out to your family, friends, and students. Even though I did not know you personally, I do know you had a major impact on many lives. We will always remember you and all the others who were lost that day.

*** Posted by AN Charlie Caldwell, U.S. Navy on 2008-09-12 ***

Barbara was my mom's best friend--and a friend to everyone, for that matter. I think of Barbara often. It's something that I still cannot fathom that she is no longer able to tell her sons and grandson that she loves them, as I know she did very much. She was lucky in so many ways, because she had so many people love her. She was very thoughtful with her time, as well with her sense of humor. We miss her very much. We keep her family in our prayers.

*** Posted by Stacie Daigle on 2008-05-12 ***

I went to school with Barbara's son, Scott. We are fraternity brothers. I haven't spoken with him in years. I just learned of this yesterday. My thoughts and prayers are with Scott and his family.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-19 ***

I remember the news coming the next day. After such a horrible day the news just kept getting worse. I was very shocked; I had seen you just a few weeks before that: During the summer you had a broken arm, and you were telling me how much you looked forward to having me in your class again. It was very hard to swallow and didn't hit me fully for hours. Still today, over six years later, it still hurts to remember it. You were such a sweet and caring person and a great teacher. Without you I likely wouldn't have made it through high school; you inspired me. I will NEVER forget that.

*** Posted by James Stephens on 2007-11-15 ***

You were my teacher for only one year in German class. However, you had to be the coolest teacher anyone could ask for. You encouraged and inspired me to be better more than any teacher ever did. I remember when I heard the news, I felt so dumb not knowing your first name, but when I learned my teacher had passed I couldn't believe it. Thank you for what you gave me and all the right you did in the world. I miss ya Ms. Edwards. Thank you for all you gave us!

*** Posted by clay on 2007-09-11 ***

It has been several years, but I still remember Barb. She was a friend of mine in Bloomington, Indiana. My main memory of Barb is of her smiling. She was indomitably cheerful, almost always smiling and upbeat. We both were members of the Newcomers Club, and we also attended seminars sponsored by Landmark Education in Indianapolis. There, we continually inquired into how to we could maximize our contribution to others in our family, our community, and the world. She was committed to that. I attended Barb's memorial service the Friday after 9/11. She is still missed.

*** Posted by Susan Lyon on 2007-06-02 ***

I didn't know Barbara Edwards, but I know her son Michael and he's a wonderful man. She did a good job raising her kids obviously!

*** Posted by leslie wiggins on 2006-09-13 ***

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